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A foundation inspection is a process where a new or existing foundation is inspected by an individual or a group to determine if the foundation passes the building safety measures and whether it is stable enough to withstand earthquakes. In this process, building owners hire a local foundation inspector to make sure that the foundation passes. It is passed on to either a home inspector, building code compliance inspectors (from the city), and general building contractors to make sure that they recognize possible foundation problems. Their job is very costly and dangerous and sometimes they even consult a foundation repair company or the foundation design engineer. Foundation inspections are conducted to identify and provide information on any possible dangerous conditions. There are many factors to consider in this process such as attendance to site conditions, the building movement and its history, type, location, and the cracking and movement. They are also accountable for any visible areas of the foundation and its defects. There are some instances where there are some conditions that are difficult to be seen. You local foundation inspector may suggest a further evaluation or a repair to solve the foundation problem. Some of the examples are removing the finished material that covers the foundation, outside excavation, or hiring a foundation repair company to supervise the foundation repairs, if necessary. They can also detect any structural defects that may or will occur when the foundation is not fixed right away.
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Sometimes, your local foundation inspector creates a checklist to make sure that they document very important information and to ensure that the inspection was done right. A foundation inspection checklist is composed of different descriptions and situation when a description written on the list is not applicable. The checklist is composed of different categories. Inspecting the foundation construction is composed of different descriptions such as determining if the foundation walls are centered on the footings or if proper anchor bolts are uses. Another category the inspector does is to inspect the minimum foundation wall thickness and identifying the type of material and support it has. Next is the Foundation damp proofing and waterproofing where the inspector determines if waterproofing was applied properly to the foundation. The final step is the Pier inspection to make sure that the footer is set on the acquired level, depending on the structure. Be advised that the repairs do tend to be costly for it takes a lot of hard labor to do this process. Always make sure to do research on your local foundation inspectors, gather information on their experience, references, accessibility, and if they are licensed and insured.